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  • Displaced Texas A&M Bats Seeking New Home

    by Emily Attwood April 2015

    The recreation center natatorium at Texas A&M University has been closed since April 6 while crews work to remove hundreds of migratory bats that have taken up residence after being displaced by renovations at Kyle Field. 

  • Fewer Seats Could Cost Stadium Future Track Meet Bids

    by Abilene Reporter-News (Texas) April 2015

    Abilene Christian has a two-year commitment with the University Interscholastic league to host a Region I track meet, and then it’s up to the school whether or not it will get future meets.

  • Bucks Arena: Legislators Want City, County to Ante Up

    by Patrick Marley and Don Walker, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel April 2015

    Leaders of Wisconsin's powerful Joint Finance Committee are putting more pressure on Milwaukee officials, saying nothing will happen on any financing plan for a new downtown arena without a bigger financial commitment from the city and county.

  • The AB Extra: April 17

    by Laura Godlewski April 2015

    The April 17th edition of The AB Extra, the inspiring, quirky or downright weird stories you may have missed this week.

  • Custom Perks Highlight Latest Nats, Astros Facility Plan

    by Joe Capozzi Palm Beach Post Staff Writer April 2015

    Among the features being planned for The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches are a parking garage under the stadium concourse for players and team executives.

  • MLS Tenant Adjusting to Yankee Stadium's Dimensions

    by Marc Narducci; Inquirer Staff Writer April 2015

    As scenic as the new Yankee Stadium may be, the dimensions of the field - it's the smallest in Major League Soccer - have forced the Union to alter their practice methods in preparation for their game there Thursday against New York City FC.

  • Cobb to Study Electric Tram Use for Braves Games

    by Dan Klepal; Staff April 2015

    Commissioners on Tuesday approved a $40,000 study of the feasibility of using electric trams to shuttle people to the ballpark and around the hotels, offices and restaurants in the Cumberland area outside the new stadium.

  • MLS in Minnesota: Finding Stadium Funds No Easy Task

    by MIKE KASZUBA; STAFF WRITER, STAR TRIBUNE (Mpls.-St. Paul) April 2015

    When Bill McGuire announced plans to build a Major League Soccer stadium in downtown Minneapolis, Hennepin County was seen as a possible funding partner.

  • Chattanooga Eyes Historic Stadium as Intramural Venue

    by Tim Omarzu April 2015

    Chattanooga's historic Engel Stadium could get a new lease on life as an intramural sports complex for students at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga -- though the university will have to raise millions to upgrade and maintain the 85-year-old minor league stadium.

  • Physicians Group Targets Ballpark's Bacon Obsession

    by Dan Meyers; For The Inquirer April 2015

    On Monday, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine launched a campaign that might be summed up this way: How about a little love for broccoli?